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Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods

Southeastern rods are great for snook, spinning on the flats or tarpon fishing under passes. West Coast, trigger-stick casting rods are great for swim baits and jigs. Fuji Hardloy, New Concept guides offer a lighter rod tip and guides that increase vibration to help you accurately detect even the most subtle fish strike or contact with underwater structure. Convenient built-in hook keeper.

 

  • Type: Varies
  • Blank: TC4 graphite
  • Guides: Fuji Hardloy Reel Seat: Graphite
  • Grip: Cork, 2 1/2" Foregrip; 9" Reargrip
  • Warranty: Lifetime

 

ModelPowerActionLine ClassGuidesLength
99WTMSX70MHMedium HeavyExtra Fast 10-20lb.87'
TMS66MHMedium HeavyExtra Fast6-15lb. 6'6" 
TMS70MHMedium Heavy Fast10-20lb. 7' 
TMS76MHMedium HeavyFast 10-20lb.87'6"
TMS80MHMedium HeavyFast10-20lb. 98' 
TMSF70HHeavy Fast 15-30lb.87' 
TMSF74MMedium Fast6-15lb.87'4"
TMSX70MMediumExtra Fast 6-15lb. 7' 
TMSX80XHExtra HeavyFast 15-40lb. 8' 
TMSXF76MHMedium HeavyExtra Fast10-20lb. 87'6" 

 

Product Models
Description WM Model # MFG Part # Availability Price Quantity  
99W TMSX70MH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Heavy Power, 10-20lb. Line Class, 7' 7662547 99W TMSX70MH
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$119.99

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TMS66MH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Heavy Power, 6-15lb. Line Class, 6'6" 10235760 TMS66MH
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$119.99

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TMS70MH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Heavy Power, 10-20lb. Line Class, 7' 10235778 TMS70MH
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$119.99

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TMS76MH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Heavy Power, 10-20lb. Line Class, 7'6" 10235794 TMS76MH
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$129.99

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TMS80MH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Heavy Power, 10-20lb. Line Class, 8' 10235851 TMS80MH
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$129.99

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TMSF70H Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Heavy Power, 15-30lb. Line Class, 7' 10235786 TMSF70H
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$119.99

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TMSF74M Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Power, 6-15lb. Line Class, 7'4" 7662554 TMSF74M
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$119.99

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TMSX70M Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Power, 6-15lb. Line Class, 7' 10235877 TMSX70M
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$119.99

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TMSX80XH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Extra Heavy Power, 15-40lb. Line Class, 8' 10235869 TMSX80XH
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$139.99

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TMSXF76MH Teramar SE Spinning Rod, Medium Heavy Power, 10-20lb. Line Class, 7'6" 10235885 TMSXF76MH
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$129.99

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Product Description

Southeastern rods are great for snook, spinning on the flats or tarpon fishing under passes. West Coast, trigger-stick casting rods are great for swim baits and jigs. Fuji Hardloy, New Concept guides offer a lighter rod tip and guides that increase vibration to help you accurately detect even the most subtle fish strike or contact with underwater structure. Convenient built-in hook keeper.

 

  • Type: Varies
  • Blank: TC4 graphite
  • Guides: Fuji Hardloy Reel Seat: Graphite
  • Grip: Cork, 2 1/2" Foregrip; 9" Reargrip
  • Warranty: Lifetime

 

ModelPowerActionLine ClassGuidesLength
99WTMSX70MHMedium HeavyExtra Fast 10-20lb.87'
TMS66MHMedium HeavyExtra Fast6-15lb. 6'6" 
TMS70MHMedium Heavy Fast10-20lb. 7' 
TMS76MHMedium HeavyFast 10-20lb.87'6"
TMS80MHMedium HeavyFast10-20lb. 98' 
TMSF70HHeavy Fast 15-30lb.87' 
TMSF74MMedium Fast6-15lb.87'4"
TMSX70MMediumExtra Fast 6-15lb. 7' 
TMSX80XHExtra HeavyFast 15-40lb. 8' 
TMSXF76MHMedium HeavyExtra Fast10-20lb. 87'6" 

 

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REVIEW SNAPSHOT®

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ShimanoTeramar Inshore Spinning Rods
 
4.9

(based on 9 reviews)

Ratings Distribution

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100%

of respondents would recommend this to a friend.

Pros

  • Durable (8)
  • Accurate casting (5)
  • Good tip action (5)
  • Sensitive (5)
  • Flexible (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Ocean fishing (4)
  • Jigging (3)
  • Large fish (3)
  • Shore casting (3)
    • Reviewer Profile:
    • Avid fisher (8)
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No (4)

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5.0

planing on buy more rods for diffrent setups

By Kira

from Puerto Rico

About Me Avid Fisher

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Durable
  • Easy Casting
  • Flexible

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Jigging
    • Ocean Fishing
    • River Fishing
    • Shore Casting

    Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

    i setup this rod with a Shimano reel, super ligth setup Works wonders in snook fishing from shore i also land some good small mouth bass with it. great rod .

    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Great Rod for South Florida

    By DiverChris

    from Boca Raton, FL

    About Me Avid Fisher

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Durable

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Jigging
      • Shore Casting

      Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

      This particular Shimano Teramar is a favorite of tarpon guides in the Keys. I looked at competitors costing almost $100 more and liked the tip on this rod better. Light and strong without being a broom handle. I use it to throw big Flair hawks for snook and live mullet for tapon.

      • Was this a gift?:
      • No
       
      5.0

      Very light weight rod but handles larger fish well

      By Joe Sang

      from Naples, Fl

      About Me Avid Fisher

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Durable

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Jigging
        • Ocean Fishing
        • Shore Casting

        Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

        A nice quality line

        • Was this a gift?:
        • No

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        4.0

        Nice rod

        By OJ Farmer

        from Fort Meade Florida

        About Me Avid Fisher

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Durable
        • Easy Casting

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Inshore saltwater

          Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

          Nice rod for the money

          • Was this a gift?:
          • No
           
          5.0

          my third teramar

          By scrapes

          from New Jersey

          About Me Avid Fisher

          Pros

          • Accurate Casting
          • Backbone
          • Durable
          • Good Tip Action
          • Lightweight
          • Sensitive

          Cons

            Best Uses

              Comments about Shimano Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

              I use it for fluking, tossing bucktails up to 5/8 oz. This is my third Teramar, I went with the TMSX70M - Teramar SE Spin Rod, Med/X-Fast, 7', 6-15lb line. I tried a few other brands and ended up selling them and going back to the Teramar. Its got great sensitivity, I can feel the teaser gulp shrimp bouncing off the braid, yeah it catches fish.

               
              5.0

              Very nice rod

              By Eric

              from Anderson, IN

              About Me Avid Fisher

              Verified Buyer

              Pros

              • Accurate Casting
              • Durable
              • Easy To Transport
              • Flexible
              • Good Tip Action
              • Lightweight
              • Sensitive

              Cons

                Best Uses

                • Small Fish

                Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

                I was looking for a rod that would work with surf fishing as well as inshore fishing. Rod will not work for surf fishing if using more than 2oz weight. Best inshore pole I have ever used. Light tackle only.

                (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                 
                5.0

                Great inshore rod

                By scrapes

                from NJ

                About Me Avid Fisher

                Verified Reviewer

                Pros

                • Accurate Casting
                • Good Tip Action
                • Lightweight
                • Sensitive

                Cons

                  Best Uses

                  • Large Fish
                  • Ocean Fishing

                  Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

                  I kayak fish and grabbed a TMS-70MH rod last year, now with a year of use its worthy of a review. I've used it for fluking, striper fishing and blues. There is enough feel for picking up fluke, I've caught hundreds of fluke on the rod. Stripers, well, only grabbed one small linesider. Blues are the test, I've grabbed up to 28" on it, good fight, there is no just hoisting it in to the yak, because it is on the light side, an inshore rod. But I never feel out of control with the rod and can bring the fish back to the strong side of the yak to boga grip it.

                  (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                   
                  5.0

                  Teramar Inshore Rods

                  By Ken the Beachsnooker

                  from North Port, Florida

                  About Me Professional

                  Pros

                  • Accurate Casting
                  • Durable
                  • Good Tip Action
                  • Sensitive

                  Cons

                    Best Uses

                    • Bridge Pier Fishing
                    • Flats fishing
                    • Large Fish

                    Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

                    I love Shimano Teramar SE inshore spinning rods. I have purchased several of these fine rods myself. The TMSX70M is perfect for inshore species such as snook, spotted seatrout, redfish, sheepshead, pompano, or similar species. I match this 7' rod with a Shimano Spheros 3000 or 4000 or a Shimano Stradic 3000FI or 4000FI. Fish it with 8 to 15 lb braided line and you have a perfect flats fishing rod and spinning reel set-up. I also like to take mine out with me when I sight fish or wade/fish from my kayak. The TMS80MH 8' spinning rod is my personal favorite when fishing from a bridge or pier for additional leverage and power while fishing a variety of artificial lures. It's not too heavy and has just the right amount of tip action. The rod also has plenty of backbone and power for hard fighting snook and even powerful tarpon of up to 100 lbs. Can't go wrong with the Teramar series of rods. Price, durability, castability, and overall enjoyment....these are the fishing rods to buy from saltwater flats to bridges, piers and jetties. Fish Hard and Stay Safe!

                    (1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

                     
                    5.0

                    Outstanding performance for the price

                    By Stan

                    from South Florida-The Keys

                    About Me Avid Fisher

                    Pros

                    • Accurate Casting
                    • Atractive Look
                    • Durable
                    • Flexible
                    • Good components
                    • Good Tip Action
                    • Long lasting
                    • Sensitive

                    Cons

                    • Hard To Transport

                    Best Uses

                    • Large Fish
                    • Light inshore
                    • Ocean Fishing
                    • Small Fish

                    Comments about Teramar Inshore Spinning Rods:

                    Im a custom rod builder and these rods are comparable to customs. They are built with superior blanks, and the components used are very durable. I own two 7fts paired with a shimano spheros 4000 sized reels. They're great rods when paired with the right reels. I use them from catching yellowtail to the occasional sailfish and every thing in between. They sport a sensitive tip and a sturdy backbone. I have personally caught Sailfish,Mahi,Snapper,Spanish-King mackerel,Snook,Jack,Tarpon, Permit,and Bonito on them.On both of the reels i fish on the rods i use 15 pound test powerpro and diamond braids so if you like to fish braid like me they can handle the beating. Bottom line they are unstoppable rods when paired with the right reels and line and are well worth the price. I will be buying many more to add to my arsenal.

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